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Software based on blockchain technology was developed by specialists of St. Petersburg State University. The Edemes service was created to identify, as well as monitor cultural values, TASS reports.
With the help of the blockchain network, museums will be able to interact with companies engaged in the transportation of art objects. Edemes users will be able to become both museums and galleries, as well as transport and insurance companies.
Dmitry Shishmakov, representing the Center for Distributed Ledger Technologies at St Petersburg University, noted that with the help of this service it is possible to receive and transmit information about a particular exhibit in real time.
All information exchanged between users will be stored in a special archive on the blockchain and cannot be forged.
The network will only accumulate data and will not be able to change them. In addition to information about the exhibit itself, through Edemes, you can transmit information about the requirements for temperature, humidity and other conditions for its storage.
The press service of the Center for Distributed Ledger Technologies stressed that the developers of the service are negotiating with the museums of St. Petersburg and transport companies. You can connect to the network within two days.
Note that many institutions use blockchain technologies in their work. Russian Post, for example, last year announced the creation of a network to monitor the movement of parcels. Its developers want to launch in normal mode until 2025.
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